Saturday 27 February 10am-6pm Alice Forward has invited several beekeeping groups to mount a small public event in the courtyard of SVA on the preview day.
‘BEE LINES’ features new work by artist Alice Forward, site09 Darbyshire Award winner.
Forward's work explores the uneasy and complex relationship between man and nature.
The migration of plants, colonisation and the use of both maps and bees as symbolic tools are all significant themes within her work. ►more
Saturday 27 February
10am - 6pm
Alice Forward has invited several beekeeping groups to mount a small public event in the courtyard of SVA on the preview day.
Sunday 7 March
In conversation with Alice Forward and Tom Trevor, director of Arnolfini.
Sunday 14 March
Talk by Paul Hand, Beekeeper specialist.
Sunday March 7th
Alice Forward in conversation with Tom Trevor, director of Arnolfini
Sunday 14 March
Talk by Paul Hand, Beekeeper specialist
A professional development day for artists exploring ways to sustain their practice
Brunel Goods Shed, Stroud GL5 3AP
This professional development day is aimed at critically engaged artists who have been practicing for over 5 years.
The day will give insights into the contemporary art market, working with curators and an alternative look at ways in which artistic practice can be sustained. With keynote presentations from Paul Hobson, Director of Contemporary Art Society; Alistair Gentry, Artist and Writer, and founder of Market Project and Gavin Wade, Artist and Director of Eastside Projects, Birmingham.
A limited number of places are available for small group ‘surgeries’ with the speakers in the afternoon.
Details of how to book for the surgeries will be sent with your registration confirmation
This event is a Turning Point South West event in partnership with SVA.
Tickets: £12 including lunch and refreshments. Booking is essential as places are limited.
01453 751440 or firstname.lastname@example.org